Prince William apparently felt “relieved” when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to United States, claims new royal book
According to OK! magazine, Katie Nicholl, the author of The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth's Legacy and the Future of the Crown, wrote that William and Kate Middleton were relieved when Harry and Meghan gave up their royalty and moved to California.
A source close to the royal family told royal expert, “William was happy that the drama was gone”.
Adding to this, the source also revealed that William “cannot forgive his brother to this day”.
Following their departure, William also held a summit of aides to address the future of the royal family which was also known as Anmer Summit.
Reportedly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex returned to the UK for 10 days of mourning the loss of Queen Elizabeth II and it was the longest they stayed after moving to US.
“The more you see about how the Sussex are approaching these things, it is much more Californian, much closer aligned to activism and celebrity than it is to royalty. What they are doing is making a difference in their politico-philanthropic world, and that’s great,” explained a senior aide.